Students strike against the National-Catholic Minister of Education
Spanish students are holding a struggle against the National-Catholic government.
They are contrary to economic cutbacks, but also to the idea of the return of the compulsory subject of religion classes. Most do not want to pray in the classroom-the only claim which has been successful so far-the rejection of a Catholic theocracy is widespread.
The new laws imposed by the conservative majority in Spain seem to pursue our society imposes itself the same iniquitous customs reflected in Dickens's novels.